20, Feb 2024
Semiconductor India Research Launches ‘Samsung Innovation Campus’ Programme at Visvesvaraya Technological University
India,February 20, 2024: Samsung Semiconductor India Research (SSIR) has inaugurated its ‘Samsung Innovation Campus’ programme at the Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) to upskill youth in future tech domains such as Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things and make them job ready. This initiative strengthens Samsung’s commitment towards the Government’s Skill India initiative as part of the company’s vision of #PoweringDigitalIndia.
Under the programme, Samsung Semiconductor India Research (SSIR) will train and empower 1,100 undergraduate engineering students across the state of Karnataka.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Dr. BE. Rangaswamy, Registrar of VTU in the presence of Dr. S Vidyashankar, honorable Vice Chancellor of VTU, and other dignitaries from SSIR. The pilot project between SSIR and VTU is an effort to equip students with knowledge and skills of cutting-edge technologies, contributing to the growth of the technology ecosystem in Karnataka.
Facilitated by experts with access to Samsung Innovation Campus content in the domains of AI and IoT, this initiative will focus on instructor-led training for undergraduate students pursuing BE and B.Tech degrees. The programme aims to generate quality, industry-relevant skillset by training the youth of this nation. Through the integration of technology, basic software skills and technical know-how, the programme seeks to empower its participants to grow into well-rounded professionals.
“The objective of launching Samsung Innovation Campus is to empower young minds and foster innovative thinking in them. Our partnership with VTU is a stepping stone towards creating an innovation centre that brings out the potential of the youth. This collaboration will not only enhance technical capabilities in young students but will also make them industry-ready. We are optimistic that through the programme, SSIR will foster innovation and instill an entrepreneurial mindset amongst aspiring engineers,” said Balajee Sowrirajan, Corporate EVP & MD, Samsung Semiconductor India Research.
“VTU is a leading university for technical education in Karnataka dedicated to preparing students for the rapidly evolving technological landscape. Through its industry-relevant curriculum, VTU stands strong at offering a comprehensive blend of technical expertise and vocational skills essential for students to succeed in their career journey. We are elated to collaborate with Samsung Semiconductor India Research as it would help our students to learn industry-relevant concepts as well as get hands-on training which will make them job-ready for the future,” said Dr. S Vidyashankar, Vice Chancellor of VTU.
Beyond technical competency development, students will be guided through the entire ideation process, problem-solving methodologies, and mentored by experts to solve identified problem statements while participating in the state level hackathons. Notably, standout ideas with potential for Deep Tech products shall foster entrepreneurship among tomorrow’s innovators.
17, Feb 2024
Unlocking Creativity: 3 startups with AR & VR Tools Empowering Interior Designers for Commercial Projects
Innovation is paramount in any given industry, especially in Interior Design and Build Industry. These innovative tools and techniques not only enhance visualization but also empower designers to unleash their creativity in unprecedented ways. The integration of advanced technologies such as Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) has heralded a transformative era for Indian interior designers, redefining the very essence of conceptualization and execution in commercial projects. Beyond merely augmenting visualization capabilities, these pioneering tools serve as catalysts, emboldening designers to explore uncharted realms of creativity.
From virtual room simulations to interactive product visualization, these tools offer a glimpse into the future of commercial interior design, where imagination knows no bounds, and creativity thrives in the digital realm. Join us as we embark on a journey to uncover the transformative impact of AR and VR tools on interior design, and explore how these startups are reshaping the industry landscape one virtual space at a time.
Here are the top 3 startups Unlocking Creativity with AR & VR Tools Empowering Interior Designers for Commercial Projects: –
Established in 2015, Flipspaces is the first tech-enabled brand which offers a full stack solution for design and build of commercial spaces. It is also the largest global supply chain platform for interior products and services backed by its strong technology and industry acumen. Flipspaces SaaS driven product Vizstore is a virtual store which allows interior product owners to digitize the product display, visualization and selection experience aided by virtual reality technology. Embracing its cutting-edge technology specially created for furniture and furnishing retail stores, it helps boost the sales by 30% while reducing store rent to mere 3 paise per sqft.
Pepperfry since 2011 brings to you stylish and quality furniture with attractive EMI options. From electrical appliances to wall arts, Pepperfry grants everything you need to make your apartment a home and your home your dream one.
Incepted in April 2016, Spaceler commenced its journey with the vision of creating high-performance spaces for business establishments by delivering design innovations led by three enterprising entrepreneurs who come from diverse backgrounds like design, technology and finance. Spaceler has served clients from diverse industries and business sizes. Together, they assist in exceeding their design and business objectives.
16, Feb 2024
T-Hub and Hexagon selects 12 Startups for LAB32 Cohort, Driving Innovation in AI and Digital Reality
India, 16th Feb 2023- T-Hub, India’s leading startup incubator has announced the launch of a new cohort of its flagship program, LAB32, in collaboration with Hexagon, a global leader in digital solutions. The program, spanning 100 days, will focus on Digital Twin, Real-Time Language Translation, and Predictive Maintenance using AI models.
Under T-Hub’s guidance and with Hexagon’s support, selected startups will receive mentorship in Go-to-Market (GTM) strategies, along with invaluable support from value partners. The program also offers access to T-Hub’s upcoming activities and the potential for market access during the Market Access Day. Furthermore, three startups from the cohort stand a chance to go to market with Hexagon, opening doors to transformative opportunities.
A meticulous evaluation process led to the selection of 12 startups out of over 230 applications. These startups underwent multiple rounds of evaluation, showcasing their product pitches from both technical and business perspectives. The final selected startups include Deeploop, Gudlyf Mobility, LIVNSENSE, SwitchOn, CRION Technologies, AIOTEL, Eugenie.ai, Xeeed.io, Indika AI, Atomstate, GenZ Technologies, and Vitra.ai.
Mahankali Srinivas Rao (MSR), CEO, of T-Hub said, “At T-Hub, we are deeply committed to fostering innovation and empowering startups to thrive in the competitive landscape. The launch of LAB32 in collaboration with Hexagon underscores our dedication to providing startups with unparalleled opportunities for growth and success. Through our robust innovation ecosystem, we aim to equip startups at the MVP stage with the essential tools and resources they need to achieve Product-Market Fit and excel in their Go-to-Market strategies.”
Paolo Guglielmini, President and CEO, of Hexagon, commented “I, along with our team here at Hexagon’s R&D Center in India, am thrilled to join incredible entrepreneurs who are shaping the future through their impactful innovations and ideas. As the leading reality technology company, we are helping customers around the world transform data into real-world impact. It’s the work of incredibly agile start-ups who help us uncover new ways to apply human ingenuity with advanced technology to empower industries and solve the world’s biggest challenges.”
Navaneet Mishra, Senior Vice President, Hexagon’s R&D Centre India, “We deeply believe in the power of combining internal and external innovations We look forward to working closely with these start-ups, mentoring and enabling them to develop and scale solutions with Hexagon’s cutting-edge platforms and technologies. We are also excited to learn from these outstanding teams as they help us bring new solutions to our global customers.”
LAB32 has solidified its position as India’s Longest Running Market Readiness Program, supporting startups on their journey from MVP-ready to market-ready. With this cohort, T-Hub’s LAB32 program has reached a milestone of 300 startups, with over $410mn secured to date in funding. Over 50 mentors have contributed to the program’s success, positioning LAB32 as the go-to program for MVP-stage startups seeking Product-Market Fit and GTM strategies.
10, Feb 2024
Firefly Fire Pumps Secures Prestigious Business Excellence Award for Innovations in Global Firefighting Solutions
Pune, 10th February – Firefly Fire Pumps, India’s largest manufacturer, supplier, and exporter of firefighting pumps, has been honoured with the prestigious Business Excellence Award at MAHATech 2024. The recognition comes in light of Firefly’s pioneering contributions to innovative solutions in firefighting pumps, propelling Indian industries onto the global stage. Mr. Rohit Mali, Director of Firefly Fire Pumps, received the award today during a prestigious ceremony held in Pune.
Mr. Rohit Mali, Director of Firefly Fire Pumps, expressed his gratitude stating, “I am truly honoured to receive the prestigious Business Excellence Award on behalf of Firefly Fire Pumps. This recognition highlights Firefly’s unwavering dedication to ensuring safety and reliability for our clients worldwide. The award is a testament to our team’s relentless dedication to excellence, and we are deeply privileged to be acknowledged for our commitment to keeping communities safe. We are thrilled to secure this prestigious award as we celebrate our 61st year of business in India and globally. This achievement signifies our dedication to producing premium fire pumps under the ‘Make in India’ initiative for the global market. At Firefly, we take pride in leading not only in business performance but also in corporate social responsibility. Our proactive fire safety approach underscores our dedication to making a positive impact on society and the environment, ensuring the safety of lives and properties. This recognition motivates us to continue our journey of innovation and responsible business practices for a safer and more sustainable future”.
MAHATech 2024, currently in its 20th edition, is a pivotal B2B industrial exhibition focusing on the diverse industrial products essential for the manufacturing sector. Held in Pune, the exhibition serves as a major platform, particularly for the SME segment, contributing significantly to the backbone of the economy in Maharashtra and Gujarat.
8, Feb 2024
Collective efforts, frontline leadership, technology and innovation can give to achieve SDGs and Climate Justice
New Delhi, February 08, 2024: The world has crossed the midpoint timeframe of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) implementation, only to face a grim reality that it is falling short of meeting most of the SDGs by 2030.
Recognizing that SDGs are not isolated objectives, but a cohesive and interconnected framework designed to tackle the multifaceted challenges confronting our planet, the 23rd edition of the World Sustainable Development Summit, organized by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), hosted a series of sessions on sustainable development, energy transitions and climate justice today.
In this backdrop, the proceedings started with a session focused on climate action, peace, and spirituality. Highlighting the need to connect self with nature, BK Shivani, Rajyog Teacher, Brahma Kumaris, World Spiritual Organization during the invocation session pointed out, “Somewhere something has not gone the right way, otherwise a lot of efforts, results should have been a happy planet, and a happy planet would have been a healthy planet. But a stressed, depressed planet cannot create a happy and healthy environment.”
During the session on ‘Integrating Sustainable Development for Collective Action,’ experts on the panel deliberated on the tools that can further vertical and horizontal integration of sustainable development goals. The panelists called for global solutions, collaborations, and partnerships to advance SDGs and climate action at all levels, emphasizing the need to translate policies into ground-level projects.
H.E. Mr Ban Ki-moon, 8th Secretary-General of the United Nations, and President, Global Green Growth Institute, through a video message appealed, “Science has made it clear that political will is urgently needed. I encourage major economic powers to show leadership. Industrialized countries have historical responsibilities in addressing climate change, thus they must equitably lead the charge in solving this deepening global crisis.
“Without robust global action and elevated global will, the climate crisis will only worsen further. No one nation can combat climate change or accomplish green growth alone no matter however rich and powerful he may be,” he added.
COP29 President Designate, H.E. Mr Mukhtar Babayev, Minister, Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, Republic of Azerbaijan through a video message reaffirmed his commitment to better global climate. “Our focus is on a clear and actionable roadmap outlining steps to triple energy capacity and double energy efficiency. I am dedicated to securing strong commitment from nations and stakeholders translating ambitious targets into tangible realities,” he averred.
“Our decision to host COP29 arises from our strong belief in the power of international collaboration to address complex global issues. We recognize the interconnected nature of climate challenges and firmly believe that by fostering cooperation and dialogue on a global scale we can collectively work out impactful solutions.”
Prof Hoesung Lee, Former Chair, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, warned, “The Global Stocktake of last year laid bare the stark reality of our insufficient progress in limiting warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
“While the prevalence of gaps in policy, ambition, implementation, finance, and technology is not new, what is truly surprising is the economic opportunity that lies in closing these gaps. Recent studies suggest that taking additional actions could yield a net economic benefit of up to 7 per cent of world GDP by 2015.”
Ms Jennifer Morgan, State Secretary and Special Envoy for International Climate Action Federal Foreign Office of Germany felt, “To pave the way for a sustainable future, let’s abandon the notion of a climate versus economic dynamic. Embrace the potential of climate-efficient and renewables-based energy systems, ushering in new industries, technologies, and ways of living.”
Dr Achim Steiner, Administrator, United Nations Development Programme, emphasized, “With key partners like India, UNDP is working to support digital public infra across the globe, which is becoming the basis of new digital solutions, could accelerate progress on 70% of the SDG targets and indicators.”
Addressing the audience through a video message, H.E. Mr Andreas Bjelland Eriksen, Minister, Ministry of Climate and Environment, Norway said, “Investing trillions of dollars, particularly in sectors like solar and transmission signifies our commitment to fostering climate resilience. Prioritizing talent, channeling funds through initiatives like the Climate Investment Fund, with India playing a crucial role, exemplifies our collective effort.”
Dr Ajay Mathur, Director General, The International Solar Alliance, said, “There is also need for advocacy, providing information for countries to make an informed choices based on what their own projected roadmaps are.”
Lord Adair Turner, Chair, Energy Transitions Commission, opined, “The biggest single thing we need to do is to improve energy efficiency across the world and to reduce the energy demand to electrify.”
Dr Prodipto Ghosh, Distinguished Fellow, TERI, emphasized, “The main point is realizing that the SDGs must not be a peripheral activity for the collectives. It should be part of the main agenda.”
India’s development trajectory matters globally: Mr Martin Raiser
Complimenting India’s development record, Mr Martin Raiser, Vice President for South Asia Region, The World Bank, during a session on ‘Financing Climate Action and Sustainable Development’ said, “India’s track record puts it on a much lower carbon emissions path than other major economies. Its climate vulnerability, deep domestic capital markets and its domestic innovation capacity may also position it as a leader in developing and funding smart climate adaptation.
Mr Raiser was optimistic that despite the challenges of decarbonizing India’s industrial sector, investment in green technologies could help the country achieve its energy goals. “We project industries alone will account for 50 percent of India’s carbon emissions by 2050. But here too, building on the success in renewable energy India’s policy could further encourage investments in green technologies to de-carbonise its industrial sector to advance towards net zero.
“The right policies could help accelerate India’s energy transition,” Mr Raiser stressed.
The day also saw the release of the policy brief titled, “SDG Blueprint on Sustainable Agriculture”. The study finds that 135 out of 169 targets of SDGs have synergies with sustainable agriculture, making the sector vital to fast-tracking the sustainable development agenda. The publication provides cross-cutting recommendations such as addressing data gaps, strengthening policy coherence, and considering systems’ approaches in decision-making.
7, Feb 2024
India, 7th Feb 2024: T-Hub, India’s leading startup incubator has today announced the launch of the new cohort of the AIC T-Hub Healthcare program, aimed at fostering technological advancements and innovations within the healthcare sector across India. The program will host 20 startups carefully selected for their groundbreaking solutions in the healthcare ecosystem.
The selected startups in the upcoming cohort will be addressing critical challenges in Digital Health, Wearables, and Hospital Systems. The program’s structure involves a 12-week intensive curriculum with mentorship from healthcare thought leaders, doctors, and industry experts. The program offers a range of benefits to startups, including support for product development, assistance with commercialization plans, market understanding, business plan refinement, and access to resources essential for growth. The program also provides access to a prototyping lab equipped with healthcare sensors.
Startups were shortlisted based on criteria such as MVP, founder experience, and business model viability. Amongst the selected startups are- EXSEGEN GENOMICS RESEARCH PRIVATE LIMITED, Pratibha Healthkon Private Limited, RudrastraApptech Pvt Ltd, Medstown, Diagnosis, MolVerse Pvt Ltd – Accelerating Molecular Discoveries, MicroHeal Wellness Pvt Ltd, MEDICOINNOVEX TECHNOLOGIES LLP, ASPIRE HEALTH AND MEDICARE PVT. LTD, Swarupa Narsimha Healthcare (OPC) Pvt Ltd, Cliniv Health Tech, SC Health care Logistics Pvt Ltd, Incra Soft Private Limited, LIV Emergency Healthcare, Terrablue, Medaid, Aarogya ID, NEORDENT HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS PVT LTD
Mahankali Srinivas Rao (MSR), CEO, T-Hub, said, ” With the launch of our fourth AIC T-Hub Healthcare cohort, we are taking another significant step towards advancing healthcare innovation in India. The startups selected for this program represent the future of healthcare technology. We are committed to providing them with a robust ecosystem, expert mentorship, and the necessary resources to drive their growth and impact. Together with AIC T-Hub, we look forward to witnessing groundbreaking solutions that will shape the landscape of healthcare in our country”.
Rajesh Adla, CEO, AIC T-Hub Foundation, said, ” This cohort marks a pivotal moment for healthcare innovation in India. Our startups have an unprecedented opportunity to redefine the healthcare landscape, and the AIC T-Hub Healthcare program is the catalyst for that transformation. We aim to not only support these startups but to empower them to think beyond boundaries. Together with T-Hub, we are creating a platform where innovation meets impact, ultimately contributing to India’s emergence as a global healthcare hub”.
Throughout the program, AIC T-Hub will also support selected startups with investment opportunities, grants, customer pilots with hospitals, clinical validation, and access to a prototyping lab with healthcare sensors. Over the past three cohorts, the AIC T-Hub Healthcare program has played a pivotal role in supporting 45 startups, enabling them to secure approximately 10 Crores in investments and facilitating 21 market pilots with various hospitals. The program’s impact is underscored by the success stories of startups achieving USFDA approvals and raising multiple rounds of funds.
Looking ahead, AIC T-Hub plans to initiate partnership joint programs with hospitals, further solidifying its commitment to shaping the growth and innovation of the healthcare industry in India. To date, the AIC T-Hub Healthcare program has impacted 60 mentors, collaborated with 30 hospitals and completed four successful cohorts.
1, Feb 2024
Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship (IDE) Bootcamp Aims to Cultivate Nationwide Entrepreneurial Skills
Sambalpur; February 1, 2024: IIM Sambalpur, one of India’s premier management institutions, hosted the 5-day “Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship (IDE) Bootcamp (Phase II)” at its campus. Organized by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) & Ministry of Education’s Innovation Cell (MIC), the boot camp was inaugurated by Prof. T. G. Sitharam, Chairman – AICTE in virtual mode from AICTE Headquarters, New Delhi. As many as 81 start-ups are participating in the boot camp from the States like Maharashtra, Odisha, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Kerala, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, out of them 40 startups are from Odisha.
The Chief Guest, Prof. T. G. Sitharam Chairman AICTE, Govt. of India acknowledged the successful completion of six IDE boot camps in phase-one and said, “The commencement of phase-two at ten locations of the Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship Boot Camp marks the unique initiative envisioned by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. The goal is to nurture innovation, design, and entrepreneurial skills among the youths of India.
Prof Mahadeo Jaiswal, Director, IIM Sambalpur, shared, “This initiative aligns with the vision of our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, who envisions India leading in the startup age. In today’s world, power can be classified into hard power and soft power, and innovation is a crucial element of soft power. Research, innovation, and entrepreneurship are interlinked components of soft power. India is making strides in research and innovation, with efforts to reposition it from a lower rank, albeit challenging in funding. However, in entrepreneurship and startup India is among top three position in the world.
Prof Jaiswal further said,” It is important for students and innovators to become the job givers and creators rather than job seekers. The focus should extend beyond completing the curriculum. He said, “Innovation is the key to the future of every nation, and it has the power to shape industries, revolutionize markets, and leave a lasting impact on the world.”
The introductory address was given by Prof Diwahar Nadar, faculty of IIM Sambalpur while the event was concluded with a vote of thanks by Prof Ishika Jaiswal, faculty of IIM Sambalpur.
On the first day, the participants showcased their innovations in the exhibition. On the fourth day, the local tour will be arranged for the participants to provide them with real-world insights, networking opportunities, and creative inspiration, enhancing their entrepreneurial mindset. On the final day, the student teams pitch their innovations in front of expert panels consisting of startup founders, incubators, lP experts, angel Investors and VCs & knowledge agencies. The IDE Bootcamps exemplify the government’s commitment to fostering a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, propelling India towards becoming a global hub for innovation-driven enterprises.
20, Jan 2024
New Delhi, 20th January 2024 – ETI, the leading Information Technology company based in the Republic of CUBA, and Pranathi Software Services Pvt Ltd India, a prominent software service provider, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to foster collaboration and exchange expertise in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). The historic agreement was formalized during the India Soft 2024 event in Delhi.
The MOU sets the stage for a dynamic partnership that will facilitate the exchange of specialists and technicians between ETI and Pranathi Software Services, paving the way for collaborative development projects in the rapidly evolving domains of AI and ML. This strategic alliance aims to accelerate innovation, drive technological advancements, and promote knowledge transfer between the two organizations.
Both ETI and Pranathi Software Services are committed to leveraging their combined expertise to address global challenges and seize emerging opportunities in the IT industry. The collaboration will not only strengthen ties between CUBA and India but also contribute to the growth of AI and ML ecosystems on a global scale.
Key highlights of the MOU include:
Exchange of Specialists and Technicians: The agreement outlines a structured program for the interchange of highly skilled professionals between ETI and Pranathi Software Services. This will foster a rich exchange of ideas, perspectives, and best practices in AI and ML.
Collaborative Development Projects: The partnership will see joint efforts in the development of cutting-edge projects based on AI and ML technologies. This collaboration is expected to yield innovative solutions that can address complex challenges across various industries.
Transfer of Knowledge and Technology: ETI and Pranathi Software Services will actively promote the transfer of knowledge and technology, ensuring that both organizations benefit from the latest advancements in AI and ML. This will include training programs, workshops, and shared resources.
The signing ceremony at India Soft 2024 marks the beginning of an exciting chapter in the global IT landscape. Both organizations are enthusiastic about the potential of this collaboration and are optimistic about the positive impact it will have on the technological landscape.
20, Jan 2024
Hyderabad, January 20, 2024: Air India SATS Airport Services Private Limited (AISATS), India’s leading airport services management company, has been honoured with the esteemed ‘Best Innovation Champion Service Provider Award’ at Wings India 2024. The award reinforces AISATS’s role as a trailblazer in advancing aviation solutions at its airports across India. Presented by the Hon’ble Minister of Civil Aviation, Shri. Jyotiraditya Scindia, this recognition underscores AISATS’s steadfast dedication to transforming industry standards through ground-breaking solutions, solidifying the company’s position as a leader in innovative aviation services.
At the core of this triumph lies the revolutionary AeroWash – India’s first and only Robotic Dry Wash Aircraft Exterior Cleaning Service, symbolizing AISATS’s dedication to providing automated airport solutions. AISATS is the only ground handler in the world to provide such a game-changing aircraft cleaning innovation. Besides AeroWash, AISATS provides a comprehensive suite of advancements, including the Solar-Powered Boarding Ramp (for narrow-body aircraft), versatile wide-body and ATR Boarding Ramps, Electric Passenger Coaches for eco-friendly airport operations, Solar-Powered GPUs and Lighting Towers, an Aircraft Mock-Up for hands-on Ground Service Equipment (GSE) training, and Green GSEs contributing to global sustainability. Collectively, these innovations solidify AISATS’s position as a leading solutions provider to the aviation industry.
Mr. Sanjay Gupta, CEO of AISATS, said, “Securing the ‘Best Innovation Champion Service Provider Award’ at Wings India 2024 marks a significant milestone for AISATS. With technology at our core, we are continuously transforming our services to offer innovative solutions that cater to the demands of the modern aviation era. Our team’s relentless effort and unwavering commitment are propelling us beyond boundaries, redefining excellence and innovation in the aviation landscape. Embracing cutting-edge technology and sustainability initiatives, we unveiled unprecedented solutions last year, aligning seamlessly with the Digital India ethos. This recognition fuels our passion even further, and we pledge to uphold our dedication to delivering unparalleled service to clients, actively contributing to the advancement of the nation’s aviation industry.”
With a proven track record of delivering seamless ground and cargo handling solutions to partner airlines, AISATS has its presence in Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mangalore, Ranchi, and Trivandrum. AISATS is now setting its sights on the future, with the development of its Multi-Modal Cargo Hub (MMCH) at the upcoming international airport in Noida and cargo logistics park at Bangalore Airport.